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Sectional image reconstruction and threedimensional microscopy of small particles by angular spectrum method
Sectional image reconstruction and threedimensional microscopy of small particles by angular spectrum method,10.1016/j.ijleo.2010.08.019,Optik,Naseem
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Naseem Akhter
,
HyunChul Jung
,
ChangDoo Kee
,
KyeongSuk Kim
,
ManYong Choi
In this letter, we demonstrate sectional
image reconstruction
and threedimensional microscopy of small particles. We demonstrate sectional
image reconstruction
and holographic methods to obtain 2D and 3D images of small particles. A single hologram is sufficient to obtain a section containing only the focused parts of the reconstructed image. One can obtain images of different plane sections of a specimen in addition to its 3D display. The reconstruction of a digital hologram is based on the planewave expansion of the diffracted wave fields using
Fourier optics
(this method is also known as the angular
spectrum
method). With this method, the objecttohologram distance can be quite small because the minimumdistance requirement does not apply. Furthermore, numerical reconstruction of transparent objects by this method may be interesting for microstructure measurement.
Journal:
Optik
, vol. 122, no. 14, pp. 12931295, 2011
DOI:
10.1016/j.ijleo.2010.08.019
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